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I have used MATLAB since 2008, when I taught myself to numerically solve differential equations to study tokamak plasmas. Since then I've used it extensively for a variety of models and simulations, including producing professional scientific figures and animations to boot. I continue to heavily rely on MATLAB for my current research, as it contains many convenient features. In addition, I have generated various template m-files which could come in quite handy for creating new programs or for teaching purposes. [more]

I used MATLAB extensively while studying Psychology and Cognitive Science at the graduate and undergraduate levels. I used it to write computer programs for psychological experiments, and also to analyze data collected from those experiments. I was considered one of the better MATLAB programmers in the department. I once acted as a TA for a graduate-level class in MATLAB. I have also written programs for MATLAB in my free time. I have frequently tutored MATLAB and other programming languages, such as Java and C++. Through WyzAnt, I am frequently asked for help with MATLAB. MATLAB is one of the [more]

I worked with MATLAB extensively while studying Electrical Engineering in college. MATLAB was used in multiple Digital Signal Processing classes. I also developed a video compression program in MATLAB for a video processing elective. I am only accepting students for online lessons at this time. Teaching mathematics, I aim to convey to my students the thrill of discovery that comes with true understanding. To do mathematics effectively is to learn actively, through some degree of struggle and trial-and-error. Otherwise, mathematics remains a disjointed jumble of intimidating facts, easily for [more]

I currently am pursuing my PhD in Physics at UCSD. I spend most of my time developing simulations of a new kind of logic circuit, known as a memcomputer. On a daily basis I use MATLAB to handle large data sets, solve differential equations, and analyze data via visualization techniques. I have been tutoring for nearly 10 years, ranging from Adult Basic Education to college-level Physics and Mathematics. I am beginning graduate studies in Physics at UC San Diego in the Fall of 2015. I recently graduated from SUNY at Buffalo with highest honors in Applied Mathematics and Physics. I was chosen as [more]

I taught a course in MATLAB programming for Scientific Computing several times. Most of the Optimization courses I taught for more than 20 years required students to submit computational projects written in MATLAB. Together with a student of mine, I developed GNUOflox, an open source teaching tool for Network Flows, completely written in MATLAB/Octave. I'm a college professor with 25+ years of experience teaching mathematics and computer programming. My favorite subjects include precalculus, calculus, linear algebra, optimization and numerical analysis. I believe the only way to learn mathe [more]

I did a lot of engineering matlab projects in college. I also used it a lot at work for automation and processing data for antennas. I know how to program in general and I know a lot of matlab functions due to experience. Experience with teaching college students at UCLA through the academic advancement program (AAP). Duties include facilitating the learning of peers currently enrolled in the course I am teaching, reinforcing the concepts and reasoning learned in class to better prepare them for exams. Tutored for three different calculus courses while providing my students with worksheets I c [more]

I have over 4 years of Matlab and Simulink experience. Much of my experience comes from coursework for Electrical Engineering classes, all the way up to my senior capstone courses. I can be especially helpful with the DSP, Image Processing, and Control System libraries as those topics cover most of my emphasis. Hi, I'm Justin! I recently graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering. As an engineering major, although the math involved is difficult at times, it was always interesting to me. I always like to find patterns and ways to ap [more]

My educational background in Math & Engineering has given me an exceptional understanding of MATLAB. I was taking two-semester class in MATLAB and its applications in Algebra and Calculus. I am specialized in route planning algorithms which was the main subject of both my master's and bachelor's thesis (programmed in MATLAB), skilled in optimization of Markowitz portfolio with minimum risk method (programmed in MATLAB), deflation models (programmed in MATLAB). I work as a Teaching Associate on various Math subjects on California State University San Marcos and I have Master's in Industrial En [more]

I have been using MatLab for over 20 years for a variety of theoretical and data analysis tasks. I have extensive experience with the base program and the following toolboxes: digital signal processing, curve fitting, statistics, and image processing. I have a B.A. in Physics and Mathematics (double major) and a Ph.D. in Physics. I currently teach Physics and Math at National University. I have a passion for science and math, and like to share that with others. I mentor colleagues and subordinates at all educational levels, and in a number of different disciplines. By putting people at ease, [more]

MATLAB was used in most of my classes, and extensively at both of my internships - one at Bose Corporation for six months and the other at Draper Laboratory for two years, full and part-time. I also use MATLAB for my Masters in Acoustics very frequently (almost every class). I feel extremely comfortable with MATLAB and have helped my classmates understand the language in many classroom scenarios. As a successful undergraduate and a Masters student in the challenging, interdisciplinary field of Acoustical Engineering, I know how important a great teacher can be. Through fantastic teachers I hav [more]

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